Suns beat Pacers 110-108 in overtime on Channing Frye's jumperPosted: Updated:
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- Channing Frye's long jumper as the buzzer sounded gave the Phoenix Suns a 110-108 overtime win over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday.
Grant Hill had 34 points for the Suns, who scored the first seven points of overtime before the Pacers rallied.
Josh McRoberts tied the game at 108-108 on a 3-point play with 23.9 seconds remaining. But the Suns worked the clock to 3.5 seconds, and after a timeout, Frye converted from 23 feet for the victory.
A.J. Price had 11 of his 16 points during the Pacers' fourth-quarter rally.
Steve Nash had 10 points and 12 assists for the Suns, who tied it 99-99 on a 3-pointer by Hill with 44.4 seconds remaining in regulation to send the game to OT.